ANALYSING THE USE AND DESIGN OF GEOMORPHOLOGY MULTIMEDIAIN GEOGRAPHY EDUCATION DEPARTMENTIN IN UNIVERSITIES OF ACEH PROVINCE

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Keywords

Data collection, Multimedia, Geomorphology, Education, Aceh Province

Abstract

Purpose of the study:The objective of the study was to analysethe use of multimedia by lectures at Geography Education Department in Aceh.


Methodology:The subject of this study was a lecturer teaching geomorphology, while the object was the use of multimedia and its design. Data collection was carried out through qualitative and quantitative approaches using multimedia documentation and geomorphological multimedia designs. Data processing is done by analysing multimedia usage and design in learning geomorphology.


Main Findings:The results of the analysis show that geomorphological learning multimedia is used in the form of dictates, power points, and the internet which presents one unit of landform. There are no integrated multimedia and multimedia results from their own. Field practice equipment is available in the form of plywood, fabric meter, bow, loop, GPS, and hammer.


Applications of this study:This study provide information tolecturers at Geography Education Department in Aceh in teaching.


Novelty:Few lectures are interested in incorporating multimedia in their teaching even though it is the best media for learning geomorphology.

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